Battleship Overnighter

Last updated 5/20/2017

The Pack has confirmed our visit to the USS Constellation Overnighter for an exciting overnight experience through Historic Ships of Baltimore.
 
Date: Sat/Sun July 1 - July 2, 2017
Times:  5:00pm Saturday to 9:00am Sunday
Ship: USS Constellation
USS Constellation
Location: 301 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202-3134
 
Deadline to sign up: May 27th 2017 - signup using Paypal below.
 
Participants need to bring sleeping bags and will sleep on bunk racks.  The boat does not leave the pier and there are organized activities from 5 to 10 PM and from reveille to 9 AM.
 
Direct questions to our event coordinator, Anil Das - swagatikanil@gmail.com


Historic Ships in Baltimore is the steward of the US Sloop-of-WarConstellation, US Submarine Torsk, US Coast Guard Cutter Taney, Lightship 116 "Chesapeake", and Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse. It is also the custodian of related artifacts, materials, and histories from these national treasures, celebrating over 200 years of naval and maritime history.

Please see attached file for more information

Rate per person (same price for scouts and adults): $49.00 per person




From their website:
  • The USS Constellation Overnight Adventure offers groups a unique opportunity to walk in the footsteps of sailors and learn about life aboard a mid-19th century, U.S. Navy warship.  Participants become Landsmen, USS Constellation’s newest crew members.  Overnight recruits “learn the ropes” and quickly develop both a working nautical vocabulary and a familiarity with the basics of life aboard a man-of-war including Civil War-era dining, hands-on activities, and the navy hammock. 
  • Conveniently located in Baltimore's historic and picturesque Inner Harbor and a stone's throw from the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, Harbor Place, and the Civil War Museum
  • Cost includes two meals (evening & morning), bed (hammock or bunk), all activities, and trained educators
  • Programs begin at approximately 5 PM and conclude at 9 AM
For more information about the battleships, visit their website at:: Historic Ships in Baltimore.  

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